Publication: New Era

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Mass housing kicks off in Zambezi

KATIMA MULILO – The Zambezi Region has joined other regions in the country by launching the mass housing project, with a total of 327 housing units to be built in Katima Mulilo and Bukalo during the first phase.“The project will consist of the construction ... [Published New Era - 1 hour ago]
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Communication gap between ministries and SOEs

WINDHOEK – There is poor communication between line ministries and state-owned enterprises (SOEs), the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Public Accounts has found.The ministries, which have oversight of SOEs on behalf of the shareholder, the government, ... [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
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Calls to increase agri-spending

WINDHOEK – Namibia will have to increase its spending on  agriculture to at least ten percent of the total annual national budget allocation in order for the sector to play its role in food security and to deliver on the promise of Vision 2030.Land access, ... [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
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No bail for Hochfeld murder accused

WINDHOEK – Hochfeld resident Karl Eichoff, 31, will have to spend time in custody pending the finalisation of his trial after an appeal against a refusal of bail by an Okahandja magistrate was dismissed in the High Court on Monday.Magistrate Khae Primus ... [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
Entities: Bail, Namibia, Homicide
First reported 3 hours ago - Updated 3 hours ago - 1 reports

Man kills girlfriend then hangs himself

OMUTHIYA – A 29-year-old man stabbed his 24-year-old girlfriend to death and then committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree. The man has been identified as Gotlieb Haimbodi Johannes and the victim Inessi Yoleni Ndakolo, both from Okakoko in Omuthiya ... [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
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Owning up to a failed prophecy

WINDHOEK – A level of critical thinking is needed to ensure Namibians do not fall prey to some preachers’ declarations especially if the messages are tailored to bring doom upon individuals or the nation, a clinical psychologist advised. A prominent cleric ... [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
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Security agencies focus on African organised crime

WINDHOEK – Law enforcement agencies have shifted their attention to transnational organised crime in Africa following last month’s international workshop on organised crime in South Africa.“Given the urgency to combat transnational organised crime in ... [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
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No bail for young murder accused

WINDHOEK – Judge Alfred Siboleka on Friday last week denied young Mariental resident Charles Michael Swartz bail in the Windhoek High Court.Swartz, who was only 19 years old when he allegedly killed 15-year-old Sara van der Westhuizen on October 03, 2012 ... [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
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Witness collapses during testimony

WINDHOEK   – The teenage daughter of the victim in a stabbing murder collapsed yesterday at the start of the trial of the man accused of murdering her mother.The young woman collapsed just minutes before she was supposed to take the stand and testify ... [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
Entities: Testimony, Witness, Bail
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New Era eNewspaper – Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Written by Staff Reporter…The rest of this content is for members only, sorry. Please log in/register to read more.Log In Register ... [Published New Era - 17 hours ago]
First reported Apr 15 2014 - Updated Apr 15 2014 - 1 reports

Communal eyes fixed on Conservation Agriculture Project

By Deon SchlechterWINDHOEK –  The eyes of some 180 000 Namibia’s communal crop farmers  will be firmly focused on the implementation of the European Union’s Conservation Agriculture Project for Namibia via the International Food Organisation (FAO) after ... [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
First reported Apr 15 2014 - Updated Apr 15 2014 - 1 reports

Ear tags to increase with N$2.50

By Deon SchlechterWINDHOEK – Ear tag prices will be adjusted by N$ 2.50 per set of tags as from May 1, the Meat Board of Namibia has confirmed.The increase comes after the price of ear tags have remained unchanged for a period of almost four years. In ... [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]

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Mass housing kicks off in Zambezi [Published New Era - 1 hour ago]
Witness collapses during testimony [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
No bail for young murder accused [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
Security agencies focus on African organised crime [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
Owning up to a failed prophecy [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
Man kills girlfriend then hangs himself [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
No bail for Hochfeld murder accused [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
Calls to increase agri-spending [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
Communication gap between ministries and SOEs [Published New Era - 3 hours ago]
New Era eNewspaper – Tuesday, 15 April 2014 [Published New Era - 17 hours ago]
Huge date collected to help communal farmers [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Agriculture could lift millions out of poverty [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Meatco’s initiative to help producers [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Caution against veld fires [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Farmers, scientists interaction encouraging [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Communal eyes fixed on Conservation Agriculture... [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Ear tags to increase with N$2.50 [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Leading young archers vie for African title [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
NTTA launches youth development programme [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Retracing the footsteps of a liberation struggl... [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
DIESCHO’s DICTUM – The Crisis of Leadership in ... [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Kazeurua murder accused in court [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
DTA, APP, Swanu not happy with voters’ roll [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Mangetti school gets much needed refurbishment [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Man perishes in fire [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Tourism must create employment in regions [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Erongo RED launches call centre [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Record price for Swakara pelts [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
The earthquake that never was [Published New Era - Apr 15 2014]
Kapika still chief, says spokesperson [Published New Era - Apr 14 2014]
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